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security. let's dig in now with molly ball, national political reporter for "atlantic" and also lynn sweet, washington bureau chief of "chicago sun-times." ladies, good afternoon. >> hello to you. >> molly, senator dick durbin saying right here on tuesday on "morning joe" that he could see $400 billion, at least $400 billion in entitlement cuts. is that going to be as hard of a sell to the left as raising rates will be to the right? >> in a word, yes. there are a lot of democratic groups right now really pushing for no changes to entitlements and no cuts to entitlements, medicare, social security and also medicaid is a big concern for a lot of unions, a lot of progressive groups who are really trying to push the democrats to hold their ground on this. however, the administration has signaled they could be open to some kinds of changes, potentially the kind of stuff that mitch mcconnell is talking about. i think what we're seeing is that the president's negotiating strategy sort of starting to have an effect. democrats saying we're not going to budge until we get specifics from you and the
no other arrests that were associated with this investigation. >> awe now our correspondent molly line is live in newtown, connecticut. i know it's a hard story to cover. at this hour do you have new information about the gunman's mother? >> yes, actually, more than 24 hours have passed now since this massacre occurred and federal authorities are now saying that the gunman's mother, nancy lanza, who was not affiliated with the school. so, information has changed and initially reported that she had some sort of affiliation, possibly a teacher, possibly a kindergarten teacher and that raises more questions because initially people thought if she had a connection to the school, it might explain some of the gunman's anger and why he went to that location. to seek somehow a motive and now, federal authorities are saying that's not the case and there is no connection and that really raises a lot more questions about how things happened and why they happened. other information has changed off the course of this investigation. most notably, the name of the shooter was initially reported to be
a way to heal so that all of our residents, young and old will again find peace. >> heather: molly is live with the very latest. >> reporter: as you might expect listening to the press conference and information from the state medical examiner's office is disturbing. as you mentioned each of the children and the adults that were killed suffered multiple gunshot wounds all over their bodies. there wasn't a particular body part that the medical examiner was hit in any of these particular cases. only a few were killed at close range. it was a horrific scene and perhaps the worst he has scene and comrades have seen. to work throughout the night well into the dark as to help bring closure to identify each of these children and their teachers and people that worked at the school and be able to offer the families knowledge of their loved one in the building. take a listen. this is the chief medical examiner. >> everybody's death was caused by, everyone that we have completed so far was caused by gunshot wounds. obviously the manner of death on all these cases is homicide. >> reporter: aut
the middle class gets the shaft. richard wolffe and molly ball on the republican political theater and the white house response. >>> bob costas issues a common sense plea for gun control in the wake of the kansas city chief murder suicide story. and the right wing just explodes. >> bob costas based on the standards of our society today deserves to be fired for these remarks. bill roden and dan gross respond. >>> corporate profits break records again in the third quarter. we'll tell you what it means for workers. >>> just when you thought it was too early for a horse race -- >> we haven't heard the last of hillary clinton. >> -- i'll ask michael if this was the first campaign video for decision 2016. >> good to have you with us, folks. thanks for watching. john boehner is hanging on to their ideological hats. the latest attempt to change the conversation is a plan the american people rejected a month ago. the republican counteroffer to the white house plan relies on $800 billion. the plan does not raise any tax rates on the top income earners. it also contains $600 billion in health
nation" political panel. molly ball and david goodfriend. molly, it was kind of remarkable to hear a member of congress say we're here, important times, trying to get a big thing done and he said this is the highlight of the day, nothing to do. >> well, yeah. i mean a lot of senators and congressmen are not privy to the inner workings of the negotiations. it's only happening between a very small number of people and sort of always been the case as the negotiations have gone on. first it was primarily between obama and boehner and now mcconnell and biden. but we are seeing some progress and i think the congressman should take comfort surely he will be let in to solicit the vote. >> david, what did you think of the president's comments? were they effective? what was the messaging and trying to get across and to whom? >> i was struck, t.j., mostly by the body language. not so much the contents of the remarks. he was confident, relaxed. this is a president that knows how to keep the cool under the pressure. the sub text seems to be there's hope here. he was not angry or despondent and
own molly line was at that press conference. molly, tell us what happened. >> the medical examiner released a lot of details today and they really speak of clarity with just how horrible this situation was. he essentially made very clear that the victim suffered multiple gunshot wounds at the hands of a long gun, a rifle he clarified when he was asked to clarify. we know that he participated in a number of those exams himself of the victims, of these loved ones, and that of those he examined they suffered 3 to 11 gunshot wounds. we're talking about such little children, the youngest victims 6 years old, a boy named noah, tiny, tiny people that were desperately trying to save their own lives and these women, six women gunned down that were trying to save the children. >> judge jeanine: you know, what was interesting in that press conference is also the fact that he said although he is a chief medical examiner, this is the worst that he has ever seen. >> he says he has worked about a third of a century in his life doing medical exams. this is the worst he has seen and the worst that
police there wrapping up a press conference just a short time ago. our molly line is standing by live near sandy hook elementary school with the latest on the investigation, molly. >> there's a broad expectation of grief and at some point the names of victims will be released today. we do know that all of the victims' bodies have been identified and removed from the school and offering comfort throughout the day as well. you mentioned that police have said that this the shooter did not -- was not buzzed into the building willingly and in other words, forced his way in and quick to say in regards to broken windows across the school. that may have been done by the law enforcement community and people that arrived there and wanted to get into the school as quickly as possible to respond to the emergency underway and meanwhile, investigators are peeling back an onion here, looking at the layers of this and every crevasse of the school to get all the information they need to find out why this happened. federal authorities, our sources told us, the shooter may have had asperger's syndrome a
for the huffington post and molly bowl. thank you both for being here tonight. >> thanks for having me. >> thanks, reverend. >> ryan, what's behind all of these ridiculous attacks on secretary clinton? >> part of it is just to have a primal hatred that a lot of republicans still have for the clintons. we kind of forget that because she now, you know, is bathed in this glow of this 60 plus percent approval ratings. she's helped turn kind of the world's opinion around about the united states, you know, more than 50% of people want her to run for president and actually would support her for president according to a new poll. so you kind of forget just the deep, deep hatred that republicans had for both clintons back in the '90s. and, you know, what you also forget, clinton is not one to shy from a fight. this is silly to think that she didn't want to go to that hearing and go toe-to-toe with these guys who are accusing her of all kinds of conspiracy of covering up things related to benghazi. the clintons are happiest when they're doing battle with republicans. she'll be happy to come in january. and
, christopher stevens. molly henneberg is live in washington. >> molly: he is is a leader in the terror world. he is ambitious. he is very dangerous and now egyptian authorities aided u.s. intelligence have him. they have been tracking for months according to the "wall street journal" and interested in him intensified as some of the followers participated in the attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi. he was captured within the past week but we don't have many details had in how he was detained. they have not been able to interrogated him yet. he is a former egyptian jihad member. he was released from an egyptian prison in march of 2011. he is now leader of the jamal network and setting up training camps in libya and egypt with financial help from al-qaeda and yemen and trying to set up al-qaeda in egypt. hillary clinton will be heading to capitol hill. an independent review board should have its work done soon and secretary clinton will testify after that. >> i have been in conversations with department of stated. there is indications this will happen as soon as the report is complete whic
and teach ares before he took his own life . molly? nthe community has been pulling together since this horrific massacre. there are numerous vigils and we are getting word that president obama is it joining the community and an interfaith vigil. ther joining together and healing the community. it is it a difficult and long road ahead when you think about the victims in this case. and so many lives lost and 12 little girls and eight little boys and six women. two of the women killed were so young. beginning their careers in education . in their twens and one just 30 years old and all of these women trying to protect the children. the youngest victim named noah. you look at the list of the children's names and the names you hear in classrooms all over america. charlotte, and anna, and daniel. tiny little people cut down before they so much much life. that's what president obama talk body the lives that were cut short. the medical examiner talking about the tragedy and giving a picture of what happened in the school. not unexpected details. we knew they were going to be horrible but
months ago. lacy, molly and angus, three shih tzus. the owner pleaded guilty to six counts of animal neglect. the dogs couldn't see, they could hardly walk. here are the dogs now. these pictures provided by north news. the dogs all cleaned up, happy as can be and luckily have found permanent homes just in time for the holidays. each one of the dogs, lacy, angus and molly were all adopted to separate families. it took a little bit of time for the dogs to reacclimate to human care, they were obviously afraid, but the new owners all say they're loving, sweet dogs. >> these dogs go through horrendous abuse or neglect and end up being the friendliest, sweetest pets someone would want. >> you can't believe someone would let this precious, adorable little animal become that neglected mess. you can't imagine what kind of human being would allow that to happen. but i'm so happy for the people that adopted them and make them look so happy with their santa hats. >> a man creates a replica of an ironman park but when he turns it on. >> the lights start to spin around and then watch. >> no way! >
, rippling out, impacting the entire newtown and of course the entire nation. molly line is live in newtown, what else do we know about the victims tonight? >> right, there was that horrible anticipation the first hours after the shooting as this entire community was waiting to find out who they would be and what their names would be. we knew there would be 20 children and we're just beginning to get a look at some of their faces and find out about what they liked to do and enjoyed in the short lives they had lived. jessi jessica just six-year-old, brunette, a beautiful smile. her mother a teacher in a nearby school. >> and daniel, his father is musician, his mother loved him very, very much, as a first grader, he loved to play soccer. these small little details about kids just beginning their lives and things they liked to do, are really the things that kids all across america like to do. bret. >> bret: molly, we've seen the outpouring of support from all over the country, but how is the community reacting internally? >> this is a community that all has been struck in so many different way
they understand the pain of senseless violence . molly line working the story with me for the past few days and the information that, it doesn't get better. >> it is a challenge 24 hours after the shooting occurred. the hours grow longer. you it is getting confusing. now federal authorities saying adam lanza may have had asberger syndrome and estranged from his family. his father and brother hadn't spoken to him in several years and his mother nancy, did not work at the school which leaves open to further questions as to why it was that the shooter went to the school. nmuch of the report yesterday suggested she was a teacher at the school and now that is it set aside. we learned from officials, they are begging reporters and the media to give the family peace and stay away. one state treeper is assigned to each of the families. >> each family has a state trooper assigned for them. someone to directly communicate with and giving the families a point person and police officers and investigators a point person. they are take good care of the families and keeping lines of communication as open
voluntarily. instead he forced his way in. molly is standing by in the sandy hook elementary school . molly? >> thank you, uma. they haven't given out a lot of details. what they mean on lansa forcing his way in. no one opened the door for him. and he was not standing in the building when the doors were locking down. it was a situation where he lit ralgely pushed his way the building somehow . there was a question of whether he broke a window. there is reports of broken glass. and even the children said thrampt he forceds had way in the building. and the other information coming out. all of the victim's bodies and love it is ones have been id's and they are removed from the building. the medical examiner will give further information later this afternoon. and the names of the victim are coming out later today. ninvestigators are peeling back the unyob. they were still on site. and it is a large crime scene. not only inside but outside of the building. they are looking in every car in the parking lot and looking for all of the clues to explain how it happened and why. and when it comes to th
. molly is outside of the church where the service was held. molly, we are at one of the church necessary the community that held a vigil. a number of churches and places around town allowed pime to gather and refleck on what happened. this community just coming to grips with the grief. i poke with the mon singor and he spept the day with partners that lost their children. he said they are holding up as well as can be expected and sharing the joyful memories that they had with their which were and in the time of advent and people going to church and preparing for so much joy and birth of christ and celebrating christmas, how did people cope with the fact that it is it christmas time. he said there are 20 brighter stars in hen than the light necessary newtown. this community lost 20 children gone and people just beginning to cope and coming together. i respondent time on main street. it is it a pop and mom shop. and a woman who cuts children's hair in town and she was waiting to see how many of the kids she knows were among the injured or dead. we also spent time in the community in the ne
on the negotiations. >> hi, molly it is it eye critical window. we are not expecting an announcement today, but they are trying to carve out a deal capable of winning bipartisan support. president obama said the u.s. can't afford a self inflicted wound to our economy. >> fortunate lie congress can prevent it from happening if they act right now. i had a good and constructive discussion with senate and house leadership about preventing the tax hike on the middle class and we should be able to reach an agreement to pass both house necessary time. >> senate leaders can't strike a deal. it would be a plan c. keeping tax cuts for those making $250,000 or less . extending unemployment benefits and delay dramatic spending cuts until later next year. >> they realize it is it a critical time. >> we are engaged in discussion majority leader and myself and the white house in the hopes we can come forward sunday and have a recommendation that i can make to my conference and the majority leader can make and we'll be working hard to try to get there in the next 24 hours. >> sources say house spheeker bo
in connecticut. we have team fox coverage. molly line with us. but we begin with a fox report chief correspondent jonathan hunt with me live in newtown tonight. it is hard to imagine what these children went through today. >> it is the terror that they experience today, bill, unimaginable. the pictures that you see, those faces filled with tears, the faces filled with terror give you some idea. these were tiny children, ages between five and ten, we were told being brought out of that school in the middle of a horrific scene. their terror perhaps only matched by the terror of parents who heard that this scene was unfolding and rushed to the school in a desperate search for their children. listen. >> doesn't even seem real. it just does not seem like it's even possible. >> there is no words. it's shear terror and a sense of immediate urgency and to get to your child and to be there to protect them. >> now, we're told that as they were being led out, the children who survived this slaughter, were told by cops and teachers to cover their eyes. one can only imagine they were told that because they we
and for all. molly henneberg on fox top story live for us in washington this evening. molly, explain more cases about the justices are going to hear. >> the supreme court had seven same sex marriage cases in front of it and selected these two. windsor vs. the u.s. is the defense of marriage case or dome that case. specifically looking at part of the law that gives federal benefits such as tax breaks to heterosexual married couples, not to same-sex married couples. is that equal under the equal protection clause under the constitution. and the other case hollings worth vs. perry the california case. california voters approved a gay marriage ban after the state supreme court ruled that gay marriage is legal. so which one trumps the other? we don't know if the court will hear these cases separately or together, shep. >> shepard: we are hearing strong reaction really from both sides of this. >> particularly over the doma case. gay marriage advocates who want the defense of marriage act struck down say doma creates a gay-only exception to federal recognition of state licensed marriages. and we
. molly is live in washington with the latest. hi, molly. >> hi, rick. he is a leader in the terror world. he is ambitious and very dangerous and now egyptian authorities aided by u.s. intelligence have him. officials have been tracking him for months according to the "wall street journal" and interest intensified after followers participated in the attack in benghazi, libya. he was captured in the past week or so, but we don't have details yet on how he was detained. u.s.ish ifs have not been able to interrogate him yet. here is what we know. ahmad is a former egyptian jihad member. he was released from a prison in march of 2011. he is the leader of the jamal network and has been setting up terror training camps in libya and egypt with some financial help from al-qaeda and yemen. and he was trying to set up al-qaeda in egypt. meanwhile secretary of state hillary clinton will be testifying on the benghazi uhing tay. a review board investigating the attack should be completed soon and secretary clinton will testify after that. >> i have been in conversations with the department of state. t
having a major beef mother and killing her. we go to sandy hook, connecticut, where molly has more on that part of the story that triggered the rest of the developments. molly? >>reporter: yes, we are at a secondary crime scene. the school is where most of the activity throughout the day has occurred. this is the area where the mother lived, nancy is believed to be a victim, that died in the horrific slew of activity. this is upper middle-class neighbor a quiet neighborhood, particularly today. they still have the street secured. no one is allowed to get down to the home where the scene is. there is, that is where one of the bodies was found, a body has been found at this location and authorities are not saying who it is, but officials are saying that nancy has passed away throughout the course of the day. >>neil: molly line, thank you very much. and peggy's daughter, marjorie, survived column bin shooting that electrified the nation, our first large awakening of large-scale violence at a school. peggy, how are you doing? >>guest: well, this is a real hard day for us, our hearts ar
, connecticut. correspondent molly line is outside the home of a person believed to be the shooter's mother who was killed before the school massacre. hello, molly. >> reporter: this is where adam lanza believed to have woken up this morning and shot his mother before taking her car and heading to the school. doing something so far from what this community what been preparing for. we're in a neighborhood filled with christmas lights. now this community instead of preparing for all of that joy will be facing deep sadness. a steady stream of police vehicles driving in the usual peaceful new england town served as a constant reminder of the tragedy that transpired here. anna was working in her cafe when news of the shooting broke. the place filled with mothers getting morning coffee. >> we started to freak out not knowing if it's the high school, people were crying not knowing. a couple minutes later they found out it was sandy hook elementary school and i had a customer with two young children. i think one kindergarten age and she was totally scared. i read it on her face. >> residents were shock
a horrible horrible incident. >> it is absolutely the worst thing ever. fox news correspondent molly line has been here since yesterday. i bet you, molly, that that seems like an awful long time ago. >> it has. it's been exceptionally sad. we had a chance today to finally hear really the most horrific details that really put into clarity what these children and the women who were trying to protect them suffered. the medical examiner stepping up to the microphone today and talking about the wounds that they suffer ultimately caused their death. he talked about the exams that he purposely participated. in seven of those exams. of those he said the wounds were three to 11 wounds on these young kids. >> so this guy took the bush master, the 223, the military style civilian version of the m-4. stuck it up to the children and then hit them each 3 to 11 times. >> that's the medical examiner's assessment. he said this is what these children have suffered. when he was asked about close-up wounds not everyone has suffered the close-up wounds. they weren't particularly a quick thing that happened around
newtown, connecticut. mike, thanks for that. now, let's bring in fox news correspondent molly line. who has been finding out more about the victims of the shooting rampage. molly? >> chris, all across this small community, people are just beginning to come to grips with their grief and they are coming together. joined through prayer and mourning. >> the small makeshift memorials are everywhere. flowers, balloons and handwritten signs. some talked with christmas decorations a reminder of celebrations that for many families in this tightly nit community of newtown will never be. >> one of the mothers told me on thursday he asked her what dying was about. and, you know, then the next day he died. >> monday senior robert weiss is accustomed to cover the grieved. i-people move here because this is a safe place, a small town where neighbors know neighbors. dana lives mere the elementary school. >> i'm numbed still. you hear about this happening but never here in your backyard. >> over the next several days there will be dozens of funerals and memorial services here. then the daunting task of
. the least i can do with the holidays approaching. molly line is live in newtown with more. molly, what are we learning? >>reporter: we are seeing the faces to match with the 20 names of the children. one picture we have today, jack pinto a huge giant fan, six, in 1st grade. he loves sports and he is honored tonight by one of his favorite players, victor cruz, a giants player, of course, write on his gloves today. and olivia just six years old, family friends created a memorial fund on facebook, filled with christmas-themed photos. >>bret: these are all tough to go through. en families who survived the incident are suffering, obvious ly. >> chris wallace this morning had a chance to speak with a father whose child survived the massacre. and his son was inside when the gunman came in a classroom and shot the little boy's teacher. take a listen. >> the children witnessed the shooter come to the room, shoot the teacher and continue firing, the children acted on instinct and what they were taught which was to run and they did. they ran to the main road 100 yards away. my son and several of
of the grief striken community gathering for a memorial service. molly is outside of the church where the service was held. molly, we are at one of the church necessary the community that held a vigil. a number of churches and places around town allowed pime to gather and refleck on what happened. this community just coming to grips with the grief. i poke with the mon singor and he spept the day with partners that lost their children. he said they are holding up as well as can be expected and sharing the joyful memories that they had with their which were and in the time of advent and people going to church and preparing for so much joy and birth of christ and celebrating christmas, how did people cope with the fact that it is it christmas time. he said there are 20 brighter stars in hen than the light necessary newtown. this community lost 20 children gone and people just beginning to cope and coming together. i respondent time on main street. it is it a pop and mom shop. and a woman who cuts children's hair in town and she was waiting to see how many of the kids she knows were among
the killing spree. fox news correspondent molly lyons joins us. >> reporter: we're getting more information about the motive. the reporter, onna winter, had a chance to speak with a lifelong resident. a u.s. marine, 25 years old, with knowledge not of just the family but of the community in general. he said there's word the mother may have been looking into the polt of puttin possibig her son into a psychiatric facility and he was aware of the petition she was making to the court and he thought she just wanted to send him away. senior law enforcement officials confirms the gunman's anger at his mother over man plans for qe his future mental treatment, but no confirmation was able to be found from court officials. they told foxnews.com that this information as far as the court is concerned is sealed. there's also information that the shooter's mother may have actually been friends with the principal and the psychologist at sandy hook elementary and that she was a volunteer there and he believed she may have possibly cared more for the children than she did for himself. the connecticut post a
of us. molly henneberg with the news now live from washington. molly? >> harris, as you were saying taxes are going up for almost everyone immediately if we go over the fiscal cliff. it likely will take a toll on already stretched family bench. take a look at the numbers from the tax policy center. for those whose taxes do go up this is the average tax hit family also take on top of what they already pay in taxes. below 10,000 they will pay an average of about $300 more. look down the chart a bit. those who make between 40 and 50,000 they will have to pay an extra $1,700 more. looking at the next set of numbers for wage earners, 50 to 75,000. they will have to find an extra $2,300 to send to washington. and if you managed to make over $200,000, if you go over that income mark, it will be a big jump up. you have to send a check to uncle sam for, on average, about 14,000 additional dollars. the highers wage earns 500,000 to a million they will pay an average of $34,000 more. over a million dollars, the irs will want 216,000 additional dollars from you on top of what you already pay in
automatic spending cuts and according to some economists possibly another recession. molly henneberg tracking developments tonight at the white house. what are you hearing? >> hi, harris. senate republican leader mitch mcconnell confirmed it and the white house made it official. there will be a hearing here tomorrow according to a white house aide. it will be on the schedule that the president will talk fiscal cliff with those four top congressional leaders that you mentioned, harris. the president returned to washington today. he cut his hawaiian vacation short to get back to the white house for any possible last minute fiscal cliff meetings and it appears there will be one tomorrow. harris? >> well, what kind of response is the president getting from lawmakers at this point? >> well, senate republicans say they are willing to listen to any ideas the president has as to how to find a way forward. here is more. >> last night i told the president we would be happy to look at whatever he proposes. but the truth is we are coming up against a hard deadline here. and as i said, this is a
major tax changes for every american. molly, you broke it down. do it one more time. >> taxes going up for almost everyone immediately if we go over the fiscal cliff and it will take a toll on family budgets. the numbers from the tax policy center, for those whose taxes go up, this is the average hit on top of what they already pay. below $10,000, they pay an average of $300 more. down the chart, between 40 and 50,000, they'll pay an extra $1,700. the next set of numbers. 50 to $75,000, they'll have to find an extra $2,300 to send to washington. if you manage to make over $200,000, you send a check to uncle sam for about $14,000 additionally. the highest wage earners, $500,000 to a million, they'll pay an average of $34,000 more. over a million, the i.r.s. will want you to send $216,000 additional dollars on top of what you already pay in taxes. a wealthy manager says families need to do austerity calculations before big purchases. look at the money you have and the money you'll need and decide if you need that next big purchase. >> thank you for all the good news. >>> the threat of th
and the same time his daughter molly and her husband were looking and they adopted. i spoke to him about the heart warming story. >> you for a number of years worked for africa and causes there and then something very special happened. your daughter molly, who i've known for many years, in fact, new her before i knew you, she and her husband jimmy said they were thinking about adopting and might be in interested in adopting a child from africa. how did you react when you first heard that news? >> i was very excited about it, mike. you know this and our audience doesn't, i spent 15, 20 years in africa more of a mission thing up until 9-11. so we have brothers and sisters whom we're close and intimate alt way through submarine is sub sahara africa. and i became so interested in the difficult time that we had in getting in job done with our little marie, that we formed an adoption caucus and senator landrieu from louisiana and i ran that and you're asking the wrong person about it, but we had to do our own research. >> you contacted someone in ethiopia and got the process started. >> we had
house for a bigger deal. molly, when's really happening behind the scenes here? our first read team seems only the that the exchange of numbers indicates they're dotting the "i"s and crossing the "ts" despite what it looks like on tv. >> absolutely. these negotiations are moving pretty quickly. we're seeing both movement on both sides. you know, we had the president budging on the tax rate issue for the first time yesterday. and boehner bringing that back to his caucus and counting with this and an echo of the so-called two-bill strategy that we have been hearing floated at various points in the negotiations where he could sort of give a political -- some political cover to system of his more conservative members while also passing a version through the house that would be acceptable to the senate so that eventually something gets to the white house that will be palatable to the president. >> chris, some people expected that the white house might budge on the threshold number. we remember that nancy pelosi spoke of a million dollars or more. but at this point, $400,000. what do you
implications. they believe this suspect was trying to launch a new wing of al qaeda. molly henneberg live from washington. what do we know about the suspect. >> u.s. officials have not had a chance to interrogate him yet. they have been tracking this guy for months. they intensified following the group attack in libya. akhmad about 45 years old is a former egyptian jihad member. he was released from prison in march 2011 during the arab string. he is the leader of the jamal met work and has been setting up training camps with financial help from al qaeda and yemen. he was trying to set up al qaeda in egypt. it could be the sign of muslim led brotherhood in egypt maybe willing to assist the u.s. in going after islamic terrorists. >> we know the secretary of state hillary clinton will be talking with lawmaker abouts benghazi and the attack coming up. what can you tell us about that? >> secretary of state hillary clinton will be heading to capitol hill to testify about the benghazi attack. independent review board investigating the attack should have its report done soon and secretary clinton will
and molly were looking to adopt a girl. i spoke to senator inhoffe and his daughter marie. i spoke to him about the stoir store. you worked for africa and worked for causes there . something special happened. your daughter molly who i have known many years and knew her before i knew you. she and her husband jimmy were thinking about adopt might be interested in adopting a child from africa. how did you react when you heard that news. >> i was excited about it you know that our i spent 15 or 20 years in africa and a mission thing up until 9/11 and we have brothers and sisters that we are close and intimate all the way through subsahara africa. this was my first experience and what is interesting i became so interested in the difficult time that we had in getting this job with our little marie, that we formed an acaucus and senator landreu and i learned from that . they asked me about it you are asking the wrong person. we had to do our own research. >> you had friends in ethiopia and they helped you get process started. what was it like to go through that. >> we had our brother in ethiopia
today for six year old noah penzar. and jack. molly line has the latest on the investigation from newton tonight. what are you learning tonight? >> i had a chance to speak with the people who nancy lanza, the mother . shooter and they considered her a free. she hung out the pub called my place and she was a normal woman. there is white she was interested in guns and shooting, it was not a big part of her personality. >> she's described as some kind much a gun you know enthusiast or gun nut survivalist and things that i heard and that is not the nancy i know. i know she has guns and she enjoying target shooting and that's all i know. it is not the primary hobby. >> and one of the most interesting things we learned was through the medical agency saying it was true mother and son went to the gun ranges together but they couldn't find evidence that the shooter had been to a gun range. some of nancy lanza's friends said she was a troubled mother in trying to find help for her son and having difficulty in life for doing that. he attended community college nearby and handemed college courses ci
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